Claudio Salazar obtained his Bachelor of Design in Architecture from the University of Florida and his Master of Architecture from Boston Architectural College where he focused on parametric design and the impact of recursive geometry in urban design interventions. Since 2000, he has been the designer, project manager and planner for numerous residential, commercial and mixed-use projects in the United States, Europe, Latin American, Asia and the Middle East. Guided by a process of contextual examination, architectural optimization through form and function and a passion for sustainable performance, Claudio has taken part in numerous winning proposals for architectural competitions. Claudio is an Associate and Project Designer at NBWW where he has initiated and managed multiple commercial and hospitality proposals for a diverse array of clients. Claudio is also an instructor of Architectural Design and a Lecturer at the Graduate Program of the School of Architecture at Florida International University.